2019 Battle of Britain Ceremony, Capel le Ferne

The 79th anniversary of the Battle of Britain was held today at the National Memorial to the Few at Capel-le-Ferne, Kent.

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Many wreaths were laid at this well-attended ceremony, Col. Jiří Niedoba, Defence Attaché at the Czech Embassy, London, laying a wreath on behalf of the Czech Republic.

The Battle of Britain was from 10 July to 31 October 1940 with 2938 Allied pilots flying in the battle, 88 of them were Czechoslovak, 8 of whom were killed in during that conflict.

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2 Responses to 2019 Battle of Britain Ceremony, Capel le Ferne

  1. Tomáš Bouzek says:

    It is great to commemorate Battle of Britain heroes, but UK is not totalitarian nazi islamic country with corrupt judges as we clear see. Churchill is rolling in his grave. Totaly disgusting present day political situation. So SAD!

  2. bekir bulend ozsoy says:

    thank you all; ‘ too few’

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